Tax analysis: in the first First-tier Tax Tribunal (FTT) decision to take account of the Supreme Court’s decision in RFC 2012 plc v HMRC, the FTT has again held that payments to the sub-fund of an employee benefit trust (EBT) constituted earnings for both income tax and National Insurance contributions (NICs) purposes.
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